Naomi Shaw


I am a married mother from England. Naomi Shaw is a pseudonym. I am also a musician.I began writing in 2009 quite by chance, though it has been an ambition lurking in the background for years. After leaving work in 2010 I decided to take writing more I think writing is a huge learning curve and hope to improve.

All The Fun Of The Fair is my first book. I'm getting back to writing after a break, studying to write better, and have a few more stories in the pipeline

I have also put snippets, short fiction and guest posts on my blog. Do take a look :)

My aim is to bring readers pleasure from my writing and to build up regular followers besides purchasers of my work.

To write is to learn and I'm doing just that :)
Naomi xx

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All The Fun Of The Fair
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 4,680. Language: English. Published: December 3, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » Romance
(5.00 from 5 reviews)
Steven goes to the Goose fair, but he doesn’t expect much from it. Then, he sees Rachel eating a toffee apple. He can’t help but stare, and he’s embarrassed when he realizes she knows he’s doing it! To his delight, she welcomes the attention, and this fair will truly be one to remember as high atop the Ferris wheel, he feels her mouth on him while his hand works between her legs.

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Smashwords book reviews by Naomi Shaw

  • A Hero's Due on Dec. 06, 2011

    A great read. Don portrayed the characters and their needs well. He also showed just how hot a fuller figured woman can be. Well done!
  • In Sophia's Eyes on Aug. 12, 2012
    (no rating)
    I have just finished reading Sophia’s eyes. What struck me about this story was how romantic it is, with a touch of the erotic to spice it up. Right from a very different beginning to the norm, the two main characters, Sophia and Dale obviously fall very much in love and the author portrays this perfectly. Drawn into the romance I had to read on to find out what happens in the next sentence. Don’t be fooled though. A H Scott invariably leaves you thinking, ‘why didn’t I spot that? It’s the mark of a very clever writer. Well done!